Exceptional text quality. Prints fast. Compact and lightweight. Ethernet support. Relatively low purchase price.
Lacks support for USB thumb drives and memory cards. ADF not auto-duplexing. So-so business graphics and photos.
- BOTTOM LINE
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Respectable print quality. Prints in black and red. Prints labels fast. Terrific label design. Great print software and robust mobile app. Wide selection of label types.
Per-label cost is high. Battery costs extra.
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